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Cookware Sets Maintenance Guide

Any brand of cookware is an expensive investment in form of great set of pots and pans; it’s also a delight cooking with such sets.  Most good cookware sets come with instructions manuals, and you should read these carefully before using your pans. Here are some tips on how to care for your cookware that will keep your favorite pots and pans at peak performance:

  • Be careful when you clean your cookware. The best cookware is cookware that is cleaned without using abrasive cleaners.
  • Don't use metal scouring pads or scrubbers; nylon is a better choice and will not harm your best cookware.
  • Season steel, cast aluminum or cast iron cookware before use. Seasoning your cookware first ensures a nearly stick-proof surface.
  • Turn up heat to achieve an excellent product, and check for the better results with iron and steel cookware. 
  • With very high heat on non-stick cookwares you will shorten the life of the pots and pans.
  • Use a trivet on open-element electric and commercial gas stoves to soften the heat and to prevent sticking on the bottom of the pans.
  • It is a good idea to use wooden utensils on your best cookware or another type of utensil that will not scratch the cookware.
  • You should not store acidic foods in your best cookware unless it is made of glass or porcelain or has been glazed with enamel.
  • Metal cookware may react with the foods and can cause damage to the pans. This can also cause the food to taste odd.
  • If the manufacture does not recommend cleaning the cookware in the dishwasher, heed this recommendation. Some of the best cookware on the market needs to be hand washed.
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